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May 28, 2008 12:43 PM

Jobster's Jason Goldberg back in town ...

Posted by Brier Dudley

... but only temporarily, for a Thursday event to discuss startup strategies.

Goldberg left Jobster in December after a turbulent reorganization. Then he left Seattle for New York, where he's launching socialmedian, a "social news" venture being built mostly in India.

Thursday afternoon, he'll be at the Edgewater Hotel hosting an event for current and potential entrepreneurs to discuss "the issues, challenges and big decisions facing founders." Topics include fundraising, forming a founding team, strategic decisions and on-shore versus offshore development models.

He's charging $25 per head. Details and registration are at socialmedian.

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